Letitia Farris Toussaint

Events

December 2, 2009, 6:00 pm


Royal Geographical Society, London, UK
Letitia talks about Gorillas for Travel Africa at the Royal Geographical Society with photographer Martin Harvey and renown wildlife biologist and conservationist Ian Redmond, OBE, Chief Consultant to GRASP (Great Ape Survival Partnership) and Ambassador of the United Nation’s 2009 Year of the Gorilla program.

September 25, 2009, 6:45 pm


Musée Quai Branly, Paris
LFT hosts the Paris Urban Naturalist Meetup at the Tarzan exhibition before it ends.

June 21, 2009


Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris, France
LFT hosts the Paris Urban Naturalist Club Meetup to see the Kestrels nesting at the Cathedral and environs.

June 10, 2009


Frankfurt Zoological Gardens, Frankfurt, Germany
LFT delivers the Frankfurt Declaration on Gorilla conservation targets at the Gala dinner of the Gentle Giants in Need conference, Frankfurt, Germany

May 25, 2009


Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, Paris, France
Last day to see the temporary exhibition Amazing Cetaceans (English version by LFT) at the Grande galérie de l’évolution.

April 8, 2009


Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, Paris, France
Doors open for the temporary exhibition American Gold (English version by LFT) at the Galerie minéralogique.

March 30, 2009


Espace des sciences, Rennes, France
Last day to see the temporary exhibition Spiders: Unraveling the Web (English version by LFT) at the science museum in Rennes.

March 5, 2009


European bookstores and on-line
Launch of LFT’s Gorillas: Gentle Giants of the Forest, with the beautiful photos of South African photographer Martin Harvey. A share of the profits goes to UN 2009 Year of the Gorilla projects.

Selected Works

Natural History, Conservation
“A stunning hard-back book, with amazing photography and fascinating text.”
–UN Year of the Gorilla website
An attractive boxed book featuring the world’s top 25 biodiversity conservation priorities. French only.
Natural History, Travel
“The best general field guides to the primates are On the Trail of Monkeys and Apes and... ”
–Audubon Magazine